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    Saturday May 27. Annual Memorial Day Sidewalk Sale Fundraiser to Benefit Disabled American Veterans

    Saturday May 27. Annual Memorial Day Sidewalk Sale Fundraiser to Benefit Disabled American Veterans

    Please join us for our annual sidewalk sale to benefit the needs of our local Disabled American Veterans. Through donations and proceeds from the day, we can help provide resources to give basic essentials such as socks, tooth brushes, tooth paste, underwear and the like.

    You will find amazing deals in our tent section:
    - up to 80% off on tactical & work boots
    - $10 & $20 ladies footwear
    - Men's & Ladies Apparel 50-80% off
    Plus great sales going on inside.
    Dont't miss out of the most amazing Raffles, Giveaways, & More!

     

    Remembering those who serve the nation.. Monroe Girl Scouts

    This past Saturday, members of the Monroe Girl Scout community packaged up enough sundry items and handmade cards to ship 35 boxes to Kuwait and Afghanistan as part of its annual Soldier Support Day efforts. Organizers thanked everyone for their interest and efforts, including, Jennifer Phillips-Carrillo from the Harriman Army/Navy store for her generous monetary donation to help with shipping.

    Harriman Army Navy sidewalk sale benefits Disabled American Veterans PUBLISHED MAY 29, 2014 AT 8:30 AM

    HARRIMAN — Harriman Army Navy hosted its annual Memorial Day Sidewalk Sale to benefit Disabled American Veterans (DAV) on Saturday, May 24.
    The store began holding this fundraiser through a long-standing relationship they had with Pete Rollins and his wife, Laura. Rollins is a long-time advocate of the DAV and a disabled veteran himself. The Rollins' have been customers at the store for many years, according to owners Madelyn Goldberg and Jennifer Carrillo.
    "Whenever Pete and Laura were shopping, people would always recognize them, shake their hands and would always comment, 'those are amazing people,'" said Goldberg and Carrillo. "We knew, but didn’t know how much they really give to their community."
    After experiencing a loss themselves, and without asking, The Rollins' somehow knew they were needed.
    "Pete and Laura showed up to help organize the Color Guard, find the right people, get the right answers," said the owners. "They showed up and made life easier like they do for so many others."
    One year, the Rollins' asked if the store had any clothing to donate to the veterans hospitals. Rollins explained that so many veterans in the VA hospitals went without basics like T-shirts, underwear, socks, toothbrushes, toothpaste and the like.
    "We were so disappointed in the system, that our veterans were in such desperate need. We sent over anything we could," said Goldberg and Carrillo.
    That was when the pair knew they had to offer more support to the vets.
    "We decided every Saturday of Memorial Day weekend we would have a huge Tent/Sidewalk Sale to benefit the DAV," they said.
    As part of the day, the DAV Goshen Chapter sets up a table and members hand out “forget me nots.” They also offer information on the services the DAV offers.
    "They are an amazing bunch of men and women," said Goldberg and Carrillo. "They go unrecognized so often. They fought in service for their brothers and sisters and these heroes fight here at home, on their behalf, never leaving anyone behind. It is our honor to stand beside them, do our part, so that they can have the means to fight for the interest of our veterans."
    The DAV is the most long-lasting veterans' advocacy and assistance group in the country. Their mission is to ensure that the country fulfills its promises to the men and women who served so they can live high-quality lives with respect and dignity. It provides free, professional assistance to veterans and their families in obtaining benefits and services earned through military service and provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs and other agencies of government.
    For more information on the DAV, go to dav.org. To contact the Goshen chapter, call 845-321-7717.

    2 Harriman stores thrive as one

    HARRIMAN — The Harriman Army-Navy and the Harriman Clothing Co. are two stores most shoppers wouldn’t expect to find under the same roof.

     

    On one side of the shared space — the Army-Navy section — shoppers can find ammo cans, T-shirts infused with insect repellent and tents.

    An old-fashioned torpedo hangs from a rafter in a back room.

    A stroll to the other side of the shop is like stepping into an alternate — and much more glittery — universe.

    Pop music is playing and crystal earrings sparkle under glass cases. The owner of both stores, Madelyn Goldberg, is waiting between the racks of rhinestone-encrusted prom dresses and elegant mother-of-the-bride gowns to dole out honest fashion advice.

    It’s a part of the customer service ethic that Goldberg credits for keeping the store in business for 40 years, even in the ever-growing shadow of the region’s retail mecca, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, and the big-box stores lining Larkin Drive.

    “People flock to ‘new’ initially,” Goldberg said. “They come back to us. I’ve witnessed it time and again.”

    Goldberg and her associates wait outside dressing rooms as shoppers try on satiny, belted numbers and shorter dresses. Spring is a busy season as shoppers plan for proms and summer weddings.

    On Tuesday morning, Goldberg, warning Cindy Wall of Warwick that she was going to be honest with her, said, “This dress has been done and done and done,” though the chorus of onlookers admitted the taupe gown flattered the woman.

    Wall had come to the boutique side of the business to prepare for her son’s wedding.

    The last time she had been at the Harriman shopping mainstay was about 15 years ago, when she came with her son to buy camouflage gear and paintball equipment.